STUDIO VIEWS

Studio view for One of a Kind 15, 2013

Studio view for One of a Kind 15, 2013

 

Studio view for Hawaii 0974b, 2013

Studio view for Hawaii 0974b, 2013

 

Studio view for Two Women 691d, 2012

Studio view for Two Women 691d, 2012

 

Studio view for Abstract 9258b, 2012

Studio view for Abstract 9258b, 2012

 

Studio view for Abstract series, 2012

Studio view for Abstract series, 2012

 

Model for Shell Man 58b, 2011

Model for Shell Man 58b, 2011

 

Studio view for Mountains 04d, 2010

Studio view for Mountains 04d, 2010

 

Studio view for Eroded Man 20

Studio VIew Eroded Man 020d, 2010

 

Studio view, 2010, photogapher Julie Quon

Studio view, 2010

 

Studio panarama

Studio view for West 174

 

West 155 studio view, 2009

4512 West 155 studio view, 2009

 

Studio view for West 129

tudio view for West 129

 

Studio view for West 104k

4460 Studio view for West 104k

 

Studio view for West 35aa, 2007

Studio view for West 35aa, 2007

 

Studio view for West 35aa, 2007

Studio view for West 35aa, 2007

 

Side view for Sunset 44d, 2007

Studio view for Sunset 44d

 

Studio view for Fallen Tree , 2005

Studio view for Fallen Tree, 2005

 

Studio view for Palm 19, 2005

4214 Studio view for Palm 19, 2005

 

Studio view with plastic 1993

Studio view with plastic, 1993

 

Studio view, 2001

Studio view, 2001

 

Studio view for Eight Months, 1997

Studio view for Eight Months, 1997

 

Set for model 9, 1998

Set for model 9, 30×40, 1998

 

Studio view for Shell Man, 2011

Studio view for Shell Man, 2011

 

Studio view for Waterfall 04

 

Studio view for Waterfall 004, 2010

3 responses to “STUDIO VIEWS

  1. This takes me back to one of the most memorable and fun projects I did as a child in elementary school. We had to build a diorama of a scene from history and I chose the Egyptian Pyramids. I created a large box, hung cotton for clouds, added colored lights and created an elaborate viewport. I even had a recording of sounds from the desert. It was so much fun and satisfying and I remember it vividly. Not nearly as dynamic and complex as your work, but I thank you for taking me back to that moment. Your creativity is inspiring and amazing. Wish I could afford to own one of your pieces. Cheers.

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  3. Anna

    I think you’re incredible.

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